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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

, V . Qie Seii tin el VOLUME XIII, NO. 6 (21-1) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY FEB. 10, 1988 GISD Turns Down Sachse Request for Bus Route Revision Naaman Forest School, scheduled to open in the fall. Next GISD Middle School Likely to be Constructed in Rowlett GISD Superintendent Dr. Jill Shugart told members and guests of the Sachse Chamber of Commerce Tuesday that no new middle school is planned for at least four years and when one is constructed it most likely will not accommodate Sachse students. When asked where it would be constructed, Dr. Shugart replied, "Most likely in Rowlett as it is growing more rapidly than either Garland or Sachse." Although Rowlett already has a middle school in its downtown section (Coyle Middle School), its population is 18,200, compared with Sachse's 5,200. And, while all projections indicate growth for Sachse in the next few years, Rowlett will be setting an even •aster growth pace. Dr. Shugart basically repeated what she had told a delega...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

Page 3 •S FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE Senior VP Gary Overby, C of C President Gary Overby Typifies Community-Minded Bankers First National Bank points with pride to members of its staff who serve the community - not only through the bank, but with their time and efforts in various organizations. One such banker is Senior Vice President Gary Overby, who is this year's president of the Sachse Chamber of Commerce. Gary, who will bow out as president of the Lions Club to allow more time for his Chamber duties, belongs to Central Park Church in Richardson. He and his wife, Sheri, have three daughters, I>aurcn, Lisa and Lindsey. A native of San Antonio, he is a graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University and Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at SMU. Next time you're in the bank, congratulate Gary - but be prepared to join the Chamber if you're not already a member because he's out to make the Chamber rolls grow in 1988. PEOPLE & SER VICE The Bank will be closed for Presidents' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

Page 4 Dr. Jill Shugart. GISD superintendent, talks with State Representative Anita Hill at the Chamber of Commerce meeting Tuesday at the Chris- tian Church GISD REJECTS PROPOSAL (Cont. from page 1) Naaman Forest to assure minor- ity attendance," Dr Shugart added. Both School Board President Don Hollenshead and Dr. Shu- gart said GISD is attempting to avoid turning students away from a school 18 months from now which they had attended the previous year and this could become a reality if balance is not maintained School Board member Sydna Gordon explained that their deci- sion was based on what was best for GISD as a whole. "We have to look at all three cities (Sachse, Rowlett and Garland) within our district. Our decisions are what's best for all of the students of the district." The GISD freedom of choice plan provides for students to select the schools of their choice on an availability basis Students on the south side of Highway 78 will be eligible to attend Naaman Forest, but m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

Pace 5 Letters to the Editor: Dear Editor: Just to set the record straight from the beginning, I do not write this with a view to claiming that I am being picked on or singled out by the City of Sachse on my utility bills. Every resident of Sachse is being abused and ex- ploited, just as I am, especially those of us who are tied into the sewer system. I quote my statis- tics because they are the only ones I have. Each resident can determine the degree to which he or she is being abused and ex- ploited by comparing his or her experience to mine by the use of simple arithmetic. Sachse pays 65 cents per thousand gallons of water to our water supplier, ana it pays $2.10 per thousand gallons of waste- water processed by the City of Garland. My current utility bill, showing service from 12/22/87 to 1/21/88. shows that my wife and I used 3690 gallons (369 thou- sand) during that period For that >690 gallons, the C.;y < ! Sachse paid our water supplier $2.40 j 69 X 65), and it paid Ga...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

Page 6 NO MORE PAINTING EVER INSTALL VINYL SIDING TODAY FREE ESTIMATES Patio Covers, Gutter, Carports, Storm & Replacement Windows & Doors Sp^r/ CALL TODAY! GARTEX PAINTINf) & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 495-8628 (A) 6316 Industrial Drive, Sachse, Texas 75098 ATTENTION We Ordered Too Many School Sewing Machines Ou' Education Department anticipated sales to schools would be Large. Due to economic conditions, these machines were UNCLAIMED! These NEAV Y-DUT Y school mach.nes mustbesold Schools DEM AND T>€ BEST! These machines will SEW ALL FABRICS! CANVAS. DENIM, UPHOLST- ERY. NYLON. TRICOT. STRETCH. VINYL. EVEN SEW ON LEATHER' All machines carry Singe' warranty With the NEW 1987 Singer model 6012 sewing machine set the dial and see magic, rig tag, any size button hole, straight, invisible blindlme. monogram, sews on buttons, top stitches, sews elastic. NO MORE need for old-lashioned cams or programmers. ALL THIS AND MORE1 YOUR PRICE WITH THIS AD ONLY S217" without ad S399" Hj S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

Page 7 2 Roundup v c °u AS 0 u 0 E BY KRISTI LUMAN FEBRUARY 1988 GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Food Service Menus Menus are subject to change Monday Tuesday Wednesday Along with the change of semesters came a flurry of acti- vities for NG students. After Dead Week for exams, organizations began work again. The Celebrity Ball was held Jan. 30 with the theme, "A Hollywood Night." Yearbook editor Renee Solar, People editor Gina Kirkpatrick, features editor Kristi Luman, staff member Melanie Paschetag, staff member Sarah Ash and newspaper editor Kelly Lay announced winners and nominees at the dance. Senior John Darling was nominated Most Talented. He could not attend, however, because of an All-Region Band concert. Seniors Melanie Jacobs and Brian Speer were named Most Likely to Succeed. Luman was nominated for this award. Kirkpatrick and Solar were nominated for Most Courteous. Solar was also honored as a Homecoming Queen nominee. Amy Walter was awarded Junior All-NGHS. Cari Jone...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

Page 8 SPORTS Things Turn Sour For Wylie Basketball Teams BY CHRISTI NALL The saying goes "when it rains, it pours." And that certainly held true for Wylie boys and girls basketball teams the past week. Both fell victim to Princeton and Coppell. In the boys game with Coppell in Wylie Tuesday night, the Pirates were handicapped by the loss of leading scorer Michael Landers, who was out with an in- jured ankle. The fact that the Pirates matched the Cowboys in height average (6 foot 3 inches per player) didn't help one bit as Coppell chalked up a lopsided 69-29 victory. No Wylie player scored in double figures. Friday's game in Princeton turned into a see-saw affair with neither team able to move ahead by more than four points, but in the end Princeton prevailed. 65-62. Landers led the Pirates with 25 points. The Lady Pirates, who were making overtures at the playoffs, suffered a tremendous set-back with a 44-39 loss to Coppell and a 46-39 defeat at the hands of Princeton. The Lady Pir...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

Page 9 Tammy Blann Listed As "Slightly Improved" Tammy Blann, 25, of Wylie is in intensive care at Baylor Medical Center, Dallas, in "slightly im- proved" condition following a liver transplant two weeks ago. When Tammy was examined by Dr. Daniel Demarco at Baylor, only 10 percent of her liver was ^tictioning. fPk few days following the trans- plant, both of her lungs collapsed and her kidneys were not func- tioning, her step-mother-in-law, Lou Blann, said. Although doc- tors gave them little hope the first part of last week, she was a little better on Monday. A recent three-week stay in the hospital ran $9,000, of which the family's insurance pays 80 percent. The transplant cost $140,000 - and they haven't found out whether or not insurance covers that. ICU bills for this cur- rent stay will run at least $1,000 a day. Therefore, a fund in Tammy Blann's name has been opened at First Independent Bank in Wylie, where contributions may be made by mail or in pe.son. Tammy and her husban...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

Page 10 Sachse Calendar Crafts Club, 9 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, City Hall. Tax assistance, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, Assembly of God Church. Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, Station. Valentine's Day, Sunday, Feb. 14. Girls Softball & Boys Baseball Signups, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14. Presidents' Day, Monday, Feb. 15, bank holiday. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 15, First United Methodist Church. City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 15, City Hall. Fire Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16, City Hall. Program: Mayor Larry Holden. Go-Getters, meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17 in Christian Church parking lot. Social and lunch, Golden Corral, Rowlett. Ray Miller Mini Storage 1950 Hwy 78 East Wvlie, Texas (214) 771-1511 ★ DANCE * TWIRL ★ r Calico Kids * Register Now 1517 Buckingham Plaza at N. Garland Ave 495-1719 PRESCHOOL BOYS SKILLS Ann Cot* bur t\_ CUSTOM DRAPERIES Let's Talk Heart-to-Heart About a New Look for Your Walls, Windows and Bedrooms 495...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

Police Report Commenting on this week's police happenings, Police Chief Tom Fenley suggested that citi- zens take time to securely attach their license plates to their cars as there are several recent re- ports of missing plates. One plate was stolen from a khorse trailer in the 3000 block of feasant Valley Feb 1. Replace- ments cost around $60. Feb. 2, a mail truck was involv- ed in a minor accident at 5th St. and Sachse Road. A resident in the 5500 block of Pecan Grove Dr reported a damaged mail box. A resident in the 5800 block of Hwy 78 said she had received obscene phone calls. A telephone harrassment call was reported in the 3800 block of 7th St. Feb. 3, someone called about a loud noise disturbance. Officers going to the 4000 block of 7th St. at 2:40 a.m. found family mem- bers throwing dishes at one another. Another harrassing phone call was reported in the 4900 block of Peachtree. Feb. 4, a man in the 3900 block of 7th St. said a man in a black pickup at 3rd and Hwy. 78 wav...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

Page 12 4-H Highlights of Party, County Show f r New officers of Sachse s 4-H Club are, left to right, Clark Forminak. president: Robyn Hooker, vp; Ellen Forminak, secretary/treasurer; and April Baker, telephone chairman. Ellen Forminak demonstrates how to make napkin rings at recent party in April Baker's home Members took canned goods for a neeay family and exchanged gifts. Peter Longacre, Judy Longacre, center, and Straley Snipes, busy with craft work. iPWrJ? IM;Pyi§; mmmmm Us #8 mm ■ i ■$* ■■' * ** I m I Clark cormmak shows how to make holiday ornaments. m > April Baker with first place rib- bon for ham and cheese ball in re- cent countywtde food show. Next competition is the district food show March 5 in Fort Worth. Clark Forminak holds top rib- First place winner Ellen For- bon for his fruit pizza at the county minak, who won for her yeast show. Those interested in 4-H are bread in the county contest. In- invited to meetings on the fourth terested youngsters between 9 Thurs...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

mHI Page 13 "Invisible People" To Appear in Garland Next production by Garland Civic Theatre's Children on Stage Division is a musical fantasy, The Invisible People to open Feb. 12 at the Performing Arts Center. Tickets cost $6 for adults and $4 for children and senior citi- zens. Reservations are available •t 272-9122 or any Ticketron out- I Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more Perform- ances play at 7:30 p.m Feb. 12; 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Feb 13: and 3 p.m. Feb. 14 Don't Mess With Texas and Don't Mess With Sachse! HOUSE FOR SALE Just Listed - Immaculate Home Ready for New Owner 3-Bedrooms. 2 Baths 2-Car Garage WBFP Decorator Touches Throughout S89.500 JANE HENRY. REALTORS WVUE 442-7575 569,900 to 574,900 Sachse and Wylie Quality Custom Homes HOLLEY DEVELOPMENT, INC. 442-7515 MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income Tax Counseling and Preparation • Notary • Public Typing • Insurance Filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 Wylie RESPONSIBLE I I I N \CKK. at least 15. to...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

Page 14 Feature Section Is legal profession 'dead end' for girls? By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. I recognize that law is a re- spectable profession (at least when we need a lawyer's help), but for girls? I'm not so sure. Our high school daughter has her mind set on being a lawyer, even getting support from her school counselor. But her father and I are against it as a possible "dead end" for women. • What is your professional opin- ion on this matter? A. Please permit me to be di- rect on this one — why not try laying off and letting her follow through on her vocational choice? Although she may change her mind, don't count on it. Data show an increasing per- centage of lawyers are women, with the numbers going up regu- larly. As the law school enroll- ments and legal career job oppor- tunities increase, so will your daughter's chances improve for a successful career. I am assuming, of course, that she is well-quali- fied intellectually and in other ways, too. Q. I ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

w ed to meet the strain of the system when the baby-boom generation reaches retirement age." If there is to be a financial crunch, the commissioner stated, it will come at around the year 2040, though there are other actu- arial projections that it will occur as early as 2020 The difference between projections of an actual cash tightening or shortage is caused by varying the bases for the actuarial projections. The tear 2040 determination is devel- ^ed using a 6 percent unemploy- ment rate, a 4 percent per year inflation rate, and an assumption of 1.9 or two children per woman. There are many discussions of options to Social Security, and the commissioner welcomes such dis- cussions. Considering options, which in- volves comparing Social Security to private pension plans, "we need to be aware of the extent of the program. Social Security is a com- plex social insurance program that embodies elements of group term insurance, pension policies and income redistribution. Unlike private ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 February 1988

NOW OPEN!! COUNTRY JUNCTION RESTAURANT i % I 6024 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 530-9475 ' Bobbie Lee, Mitch Morrow, Patsy Sheffield and Jack Duke Country Junction Restaurant owner Jack Duke Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Hours Monday through Saturday: 6 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday: 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Party Rooms Available "I would like to thank all my friends and neighbors for their support in helping me open my business. I would also like to thank the City of Sachse." -- Jack Duke, owner.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 February 1988

Q\c Sentinel VOLUME XIII, NO. 7 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PU3LISHED WEEKLY FEB. 17, 1988 i Chamber's Economic Development Committee Places Sachse Identity as No. 1 Priority The Economic Development Committee of the Sachse Chamber of Commerce has established community identity as its number one priority. From a list of 35 improvement goals, members of the committee were asked to rank the 10 most important in their opinion. With a scoring range of eight to 80, a score of eight would indicate every group member considered the same goal as the number one priority. Con- versely, a score of 80 would indicate that every member considered the same goal as the 10th priority. With a top score of 22, the most important goal identified was the establishment of a recognizable identity for Sachse in relation to geographical location and a central business district. Committee Chairman D.J. Parrish said,"The most important aspect of goal-setting and the work by the group to achieve these goals i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 February 1988

Page 2 Qie Sentinel NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABLISHED 1976 Publisher - Don Swanson Editor -Reba Liner Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or cor- poration which may appear in the columns of The Sentinel will glad- ly be corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Signed ar- ticles herein express the views of the authors, which are not necessarily those of the editors. Distributed free weekly to all homes in Sachse. Available on newsstands in Sachse, Wylie, Rowiett, and Garland. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday Kids In Jacob and Mark Chambers and their snowboy at their home on Sable Lane. The parents are Mark and Jill Chambers. Sachse Sports Association, Rowiett Crime Stoppers Boosters to Meet The Booster Club/Sachse Sports Association will meet Sun- day at 2 p.m. at City Hall. Parents of softball and baseball players may cont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 February 1988

Page 3 ; is FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE -% • HjRP Assistant Vice President Anita Collins, consumer loan specialist, explains loan agreement to a customer. Whether it's discussing a loan request or handling the details of closing a loan, AVP Anita Collins will follow through with that courteous, pleasing and knowledgeable manner that will make you glad that you bank with First National Bank of Sachse. DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday / 8:00-7:00 Friday FDK3 PEOPLE & SER VICE Make The Difference (214) 530-7999 MPHCT 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas • P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday 13 -<x.v*0 lender

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 February 1988

Page 4 Letters to the Editor: Dear Editor: Having read Mr. Fudge's letter in last week's Sentinel, it is obvious that he has been given some erroneous information. I am taking this opportunity to ad- dress several points in his letter. First of all, at a cost of $.669 per thousand gallons, the City's cost for Mr. Fudge's 3,690 gallons was $2.47. The remaining $9.76 was used to support the City's sys- tem. For example, part of it was used to pay for unmetered water consumption. Unmetered water includes water that is used at fire hydrants. Another expense was the $1,036 that it cost for electri- city to pump water from the low pressure NTMWD line into our overhead water tanks. Part of the $9.76 was used to help pay off water bonds that built the water tanks, lines and pumps that deliver water to Mr. Fudge's home. Regarding sewage expense, the situation has some similari- ties to water. Additionally the City of Sachse has been contractual- ly obligated to Garland to install sewer meter...

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